How did Egyptians irrigate their crops in canals?
Irrigation helped farmers to grow crops because the water in the Nile would spread through the canals and create wet land, so that the wet land would grow crops. Without the river Nile Ancient Egypt would have been a desert and wouldn't have been able to grow crops and create irrigation.
It provided rainfall in the mountains which fed the rivers and the canals used to irrigate crops. The high temperatures combined with the water and the fertile silt washed down the rivers provided for very productive agriculture and food production which formed the basis of an emerging civilisation.
Important Canals of Pakistan River Indus, Jhelum and Chenab are the math sources of water for Pakistan. These rivers have maximum quantity of water during summer but minimum during winter season 84% of the total water flows in these rivers in summer. The Canals of River Ravi Upper Ban Doab and lower Ban Doab are two important canals of river Ravi. These canals are very important for the production of summer crops. The upper Bari…